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Old Sep 8, 2007, 9:51 AM   #1
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Good ones, Roy. The Dragonfly is a juvenile male Eastern Pondhawk which looks like a female for the first week after emerging, and then turns blue.Males are supposed to be territorial, so if you go back to the same spot in a few daysyou might be able toget another shot if he doesn't get run off by an oldermale. The Damsel looks distinctive, but I don't have anything that helps much with those.
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Good ones, Roy. The Dragonfly is a juvenile male Eastern Pondhawk which looks like a female for the first week after emerging, and then turns blue.
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Keep your socks on, Roy - the book says it is "one of the most ferocious of our dragonflies" (if you are another insect, that is - they can even be canniballistic). They fly from low perches, as you have seen -- so watch your toes (just kidding!).
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